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All right well good afternoon everyone all right these mics work that's good thank you so much for joining us on a busy day in Washington for today's briefing on what's next for Medicare provider payments my name is Sarah - and I am president and CEO of the Alliance for health policy and for those who are not familiar with the Alliance we are a nonpartisan organization dedicated to advancing knowledge and understanding of health policy issues so we're really glad you're here and hello as well to those who might be on Twitter at the hashtag all health live and you all can feel free to tweet while you're here - and feel free to submit questions that way as well before we get started I'd like to thank the Commonwealth Fund for making today's briefing possible and for their partnership and support so let's dive into the topic after a deliberative process lasting since the passage of the Medicare access and chip reauthorization Act in 2015 earlier in November CMS released its final rule pertaining to macros quality payment program and as we know efforts are well underway around the country to encourage a shift to value-based payment models for Medicare providers that mean while the Medicare Payment Advisory Commission medpac recently recommended a move away from the key component of Macra the merit-based incentive payment system towards a different approach to value-based payment and there are many nuances and complexities to the implementation of many of these measures so we're here today to examine the issues that are on the table as health care providers around the country work to understand and implement these these measures and as policymakers consider additional shifts to the way providers might be paid and what all this really means for improving health outcomes and quality and for health care costs so you're going to hear today from five really excellent speakers each of whom brings a different perspective to the discussion and we're really grateful to have them here today to shed some light on the discussion so joining us today and I'll just introduce them in order and speaking order Len nickels who is director of the Center for Health Policy Research and ethics at George Mason University Len was also appointed to the physician focused payment model technical advisory committee or PTAC which was created in the macro legislation and we'll hear more about that Len holds a PhD in economics from University of Illinois at urbana-champaign next OSHA prot Shenron era who is director of electronic and clinician electronic and clinician quality division at the Centers for Medicare and Medicaid Services and Gregory woods who is the director of the division of alternative payment model infrastructure at the CMS Innovation Center and they're gonna give a joint presentation about efforts at CMS and CMMI outcha holds a master master's in Health Sciences in Health Policy from Johns Hopkins University and Gregory holds a master's in public